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Litter, legal ambiguity and your First Amendment rights

February 20, 2008

When the College of Literature, Science and the Arts announced a new policy that would regulate the distribution and posting of publications, fliers and signs in LSA buildings, free speech advocates cried foul. The policy, which would only grant distribution rights during fall and winter semesters to student groups that comply with registration and content criteria, seemed to many a blatant violation of the First Amendment. It's counter-intuitive, a public institution that limits the speech of the public... Download file "5"

Schools: University of Michigan – Ann Arbor